Project 365 Challenge: Day 18…Where Does Time Go?


This is a picture of my three-year old grandson, getting a haircut.  He’s so grown-up…but the memory of walking up and down the hospital corridor with my daughter on the day he was born is as fresh in my mind as if it had happened yesterday.

Time passes so quickly.  Please don’t waste it regretting the past or pinning your hopes on the future. 

Today is here.  Use it to the best of your ability.  Do something you’ve been meaning to do for yourself.  Reach out and help someone else.  Pass along a smile.  And, if you can, read to a child. 

8 thoughts on “Project 365 Challenge: Day 18…Where Does Time Go?

    • Thank you, Beth! I appreciate your stopping by and commenting. Many parents think they need to spend a lot of money on expensive gadgets and toys…when what kids want most is our time and attention. And why do so many parents pass along this golden opportunity to bond with and instill values in young children by letting the TV, video games, internet, etc. be the ones that influence?


  1. Sheila…How lovely to see you visiting here. Hope the book is going well. 🙂 I will be doing the workshop for the teachers sometime this year! Thank you for the kind words…and also for the help you gave me on the workshop questions.


  2. Sheila…how nice of you to visit here. Hope the book is going well. I’ll be doing that teacher workshop sometime this year…thank you for helping with my questions. 🙂 And thank you for your kind words.


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